Arthur Louis Burnett Sr.

Arthur Louis Burnett Sr.

Arthur Louis Burnett Sr.Occupation: Judge
Born: County, Virginia, March 15, 1935

Education:
Graduate, Federal Executive Institute (Now Center for Leadership Development), U.S. Office of Personnel Management (1978)
LLB, New York University (1958)
BA, Summa Cum Laude, Howard University(1957)

Certifications:
Admitted to Practice, Supreme Court of the United States (1964); Admitted to Practice, United States District Court District of Maryland (1963); The District of Columbia Bar (1958)

Career:
Vice President of Administration, NAADPC (2004-Present)
National Executive Director, NAADPC (2004-Present)
Faculty, The National Judicial College (1974-Present)
Faculty, The National Judicial College (1970-Present)
Senior Judge, Superior Court, District of Columbia Courts (1998-2013)
Judge, Superior Court, District of Columbia Courts (1987-1998)
United States Magistrate, United States District Court for the District of Columbia (1980-1987)
Associate General Counsel, U.S. Office of Personnel Management (1979-1980)
Assistant General Counsel, Legal Advisory Division, United States Civil Service Commission (1975-1978)
United States Magistrate, United States District Court for the District of Columbia (1969-1975)
Legal Adviser, Metropolitan Police Department, District of Columbia (1968-1969)
General Counsel, Metropolitan Police Department, District of Columbia (1968-1969)
Assistant, United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia (1965-1968)
Attorney to Acting Deputy Chief General, Crimes Section, The United States Department of Justice (1960-1965)
Special Assistant, United States Attorney’s Office, District of Maryland (1961-1963)
Special Assistant, United States Attorney’s Office, Southern District of Illinois (1961-1963)
Attorney General’s Honor Program Attorney, Fraud Section Criminal Division, The United States Department of Justice (1958)

Career Related:
Adjunct Professor, School of Law, Howard University (1998-2011); Adjunct Professor, The Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law (1997-2008); Judge-in-Residence, Children’s Defense Fund (1998-2004); President, Federal Magistrate Judges Association (1983-1984); Program Participant, Judicial Conference, US Court of Federal Claims Bar Association (1979); Chairman, National Conference Specialized Court Judges, ABA (1975); Chairman-Elect, National Conference Specialized Court Judges, ABA (1974-1975); Acting Chairman, National Conference Specialized Court Judges, ABA (1974-1975); Program Chairman, Annual Meeting, Federal Magistrate Judges Association (1974); Program Participant, Circuit Judicial Conference, United States Court of Appeals District of Columbia Circuit (1974); Program Chairman, Annual Meeting, National Conference Specialized Court Judges, ABA (1973)

Civic:
Secretary, National Association for Children of Alcoholics (2010-Present); Member, Board of Directors, National Association for Children of Alcoholics (2000-Present); Member, Board of Directors, NCADD (2010-2014); Member, Board of Directors, Fellowship of Christian Athletes (2000-2003)

Creative Works:
Editor, “Directory of Minority Judges of U.S.” (1997-2009); Co-Chairman, Editorial Board, “Criminal Justice Magazine,” ABA (1997-2000); Member, “Law Review,” New York University (1957-1958)

Awards:
Recipient, Sarah Harper Humanitarian Award, National Bar Association (2014); Recipient, Wiley A. Branton Civil Rights Award, National Bar Association (2014); Honoree, Named To Hall Of Fame (2014); Recipient, Lifetime Achievement Award, The John Carroll Society (2010); Recipient, The President’s Award, The National Black Prosecutors Association (2010); Recipient, President’s Award, National Bar Association (1996, 2005, 2006, 2009); Recipient, International Community Corrections Association Judicial Award, National Bar Association (2006); Recipient, Spirit Of Excellence Award (2005); Recipient, Raymond Pace Alexander Award, National Bar Association (2004); Recipient, E. Francis Stradford Award, National Bar Association (2004); Recipient, Earl Kintner Award, Federal Bar Association (2002); Recipient, State Justice Initiatives Award, ABA (2002); Recipient, Judicial Award Of Excellence, Trial Lawyers Association of Metropolitan Washington, DC (1999); Recipient, Award Of Excellence, National Conference of State Trial Judges, ABA (1999); Recipient, Ollie Mae Cooper Award, The District of Columbia Bar (1997); Recipient, The President’s Award, National Bar Association (1996); Recipient, President’s Award, Federal Bar Association (1994); Recipient, Judge Edward R. Finch Law Day USA Speech Award, ABA (1991); Recipient, Franklin N. Flaschner Judicial Award, ABA (1985); Recipient, Outstanding Distinguished Service Award, Federal Bar Association (1983); Recipient, Meritorious Service Award, U.S. Office Of Personnel Management (1980); Recipient, Distinguished Service Award, United States Civil Service Commission (1978); Recipient, Distinguished Service Award, Federal Bar Association (1978); Recipient, Sustained Superior Performance Award, United States Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy (1963); Recipient, Founders Day Award, New York University (1958)

Memberships:
Chair, Advisory Committee on Substance Abuse, ABA (2010-Present); Advisory Committee on Substance Abuse, ABA (2005-2012); Task Force on Improving Opportunities for Minorities (Now Standing Committee on Minorities in Judiciary), ABA (1988-2009); Standing Committee on Unmet Legal Needs of Children, ABA (2003-2006); Chairman, Audit Committee, Federal Bar Association (1999-2006); Chairman, Judicial Council, The District of Columbia Bar (2000-2001); Standing Committee on Substance Abuse, ABA (1995-1999); President, Prettyman-Leventhal Inn of Court, American Judicature Society (1994-1995); Secretary, Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Section (1993-1995); Employment Discrimination Committee, ABA (1992-1995); Chairman, Administration of Justice Section, Federal Bar Association (1983-1984, 1995-1997); Chair, Civil Right and Chairman, Committee on Criminal Rules and Evidence, ABA (1993-1997); Prettyman-Leventhal Inn of Court, American Judicature Society (1991-1994); Conference of United States, ABA (1990-1994); Liaison Representative of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Section to Administrative Assistant Secretary, ABA (1991-1993); Chairman, Professional Ethics Committee, Federal Bar Association (1991-1993); Recipient, Judge Edward R. Finch Law Day USA Speech Award, ABA (1991); Council of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice Section, ABA (1987-1990); Section Coordinator, Federal Bar Association (1987-1988); Chairman, Federal Litigation Section, Federal Bar Association (1984-1985); President, District of Columbia Chapter, Federal Bar Association (1984-1985); Deputy Chairman, Administration of Justice Section, Federal Bar Association (1983-1984); Chairman, Standing Committee on U.S. Magistrate, Federal Bar Association; Chairman, Professional Ethics Committee, Judicial Council, National Bar Association; Assistant Secretary, National Bar Association; The Phi Beta Kappa Society; Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc.; Fellow American Bar Foundation

Family:
Son of Robert Louis Burnett; Lena Victoria (Bumbry) Burnett
Married Ann Lloyd (5/14/1960)
Children: Darnellena; Arthur Louis II; Darryl; Darlisa; Dionne

Hobbies:
Farming; Writing

Biography Sources:
Who’s Who in America – 2016, 70th Edition (pub. 2016)
Who’s Who in America – 2015, 69th Edition (pub. 2014)
Who’s Who in America – 2014, 68th Edition (pub. 2013)
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